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Poster: derkman96 Date: Jul 7, 2012 12:48pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Dreams That Money Can Buy original soundtrack

This is kind of an odd question, but does anyone have a copy of Dreams That Money Can Buy with the original soundtrack from 1947? The version on the archive (http://archive.org/details/dreams-that-money-can-buy) has The Real Tuesday Weld's alternate soundtrack. I would imagine it is actually still under copyright as it was released in 2006.

Just curious. Thanks,
Derek

EDIT: I found this one at Google video which has the original soundtrack and only 240p resolution. I'll try frankensteining the sources and see if the end product is any good. In the mean time, if anyone has a real copy it is much appreciated! :)

This post was modified by derkman96 on 2012-07-07 19:48:55

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Poster: zandres Date: Jul 8, 2012 2:13pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Dreams That Money Can Buy original soundtrack

I do hope you remove this post. Other people have asked the same question about the soundtrack and it has been one of the best kept secrets on the IA. I am sorry you gave it away.

The original soundtrack from 1947 is also with this download. If you use the free DVDStyler 1.8.2.1 to generate a DVD, you will find that the film has an alternate soundtrack, that you can switch to, while watching this film.
You also can hear the original soundtrack while viewing this film with VLC and selecting the alternate audio track (Track 2).

I do hope this film stays on IA. It is an absolute favorite.

This post was modified by zandres on 2012-07-08 21:13:11

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Poster: derkman96 Date: Jul 8, 2012 2:11pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Dreams That Money Can Buy original soundtrack

I figured out there were 2 soundtracks after the fact... however, if one of the soundtracks is under copyright I think that soundtrack should be removed and the original soundtrack file could be uploaded. (If that made any sense...)

Does anyone know if The Real Tuesday Weld soundtrack is under an open license or anything like that?